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Data-driven learning: the perpetual enigma.

Boulton, Alex;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Country: France
Many uses have been found for corpora in language teaching and learning, most radically perhaps where learners explore the data themselves. Such procedures are especially associated with Tim Johns, who proposed what he called 'data-driven learning' over 20 years ago. While he described his techniques in detail in a number of papers, researchers and practitioners over the years have adapted Johns' procedures and invented new ones of their own, with the result that it can be difficult to pin down exactly what DDL is. In a tribute to Johns, this paper traces the evolution of DDL through his work from 1984 up until his death in 2009, as well as in DDL studies by oth...
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